37 NCAA swimmers were honored as CoSIDA Academic All-America team members, with Kentucky’s Asia Seidt winning Team Member of the Year.
UVA looks to be in control, as they had over a 100 point lead on NC State heading into today and put 11 women into A-final swims this morning.
The UVA Cavaliers should build on their 27.5 lead after putting 12 women into tonight’s A-finals, including four in the 100 fly.
NC State didn’t take any top seeds this morning, but will have 16 finalists across tonight’s three individual events, including four in the 500 free A-final.
We kick off this morning with the 500 free, where 2019 NCAA runner-up Paige Madden leads the Virginia Cavaliers into heats.
For 10 of the past 12 years, the University of Virginia women’s won the team title at the ACC Championships. Only in 2017 and 2019 did they place second.
The NC State men and women each won by wide margins over Virginia Tech, the school where Wolfpack head coach Braden Holloway was at before NC State.
Since we know you’re dying to ask, we’ll answer your questions here. No, she wasn’t in a tech suit. No, one else in the NCAA has broken 2:07 this season.
The Wolfpack men and women will head to Charlottesville to take on the Cavaliers coming off of a pair of sweeps against UNC and Duke.
After winning the 200 free, Stewart returned to win the 100 fly, dominating in 47.19. Last season, he was the NCAA runner-up in that event.
None of the 4 swimmers who scratched, including top seed Ella Eastin, have other entries on day 2 of the Pro Swim Series in Knoxville.
Fans in Greensboro might be watching some nation-leading swims tonight from the likes of Beata Nelson and Coleman Stewart.
Katie Ledecky headlines both the 200 free and 400 IM while Carson Foster and Luca Urlando will chase down Zane Grothe and Ryan Lochte in the men’s 200 free.
Hali Flickinger is scheduled to swim all 3 women’s events on the meet lineup Thursday: the 200 free, 200 back, and 400 IM.
Kylee Alons and Coleman Stewart each earned individual three wins — in the exact same events — as the NC State men and women each down South Carolina.